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30 - CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, April 15 - Thursday, April 17, 2008 After 5-0 start, Hillers bring Cape down to earth By Dave Frederick Cape Gazette staff Cape's girls lacrosse coach P.J. Kesmodel didn't win 100 games in his coaching career by not com- prehending reality. Last Thursday night in the home opener, Cape came back to lead The Salisbury School 4-3 and Kesmodel was less than thrilled after the game with Cape escaping with a 9-5 victory. "We expect ourselves to play better and not to turn the ball over," Kesmodel said. "If we do that against Tower Hill we will get down and won't be able to get back." Cape went down 7-0 by half- time at Tower Hill and never seri- ously threatened and the Hillers won the game 14-3 putting 34 shots on goal. Lillie Lingo, Alec Perry and Raelynn Grogan scored for Cape while Leigh Ann Redefer was credited with 20 saves. J Meghan Lyons had four goals for Tower Hill while Caitlin Van Sickle and Caroline Holiday added three each and Mary Hobbs had two. Lillie Lingo scored three goals against Salisbury while Alec Perry and Raelynn Grogan each had two and Caroline Judge scored one. Leigh Ann Redefer was credited with 15 saves. Allison Wheatley had three goals for the Lady Dragons while her sister, goalie Ashton Wheatley, was credited with eight saves. The Vikings host Worcester at 6 p.m. Friday, April 18. Cape sophomore Kaci Coveleski battles for possession of the ball with Salisbury goalie Ash. ton Wheatley last Thursday afternoon. Hook Continued from page 28 Delaware Diamonds 60s, Dorcy Wilkins, 933-0910 Or contact coordinator Marion Lisehora at 934-9512. The Cape junior varsity base- ball team defeated Laurel 14-7. Jae Hwang was 3-for-4 with a home run. He is currently batting .636 after three games. Tri-Delaware made a great team o Greater Atlantic ClUb Challenge with five members combining for a total of eight points at the Brandywine Duathlon on April 6. 'Dave Luscan (1:21):20) and patrick Beebe (1:23:23) finished second and fourth, respectively, in their age division. Jess Manning (1:30:31), Terry Manni0n (1:30:34), and Robert Demajistre (2:16:10) also contributed points for Tri-Delaware. The next race in the series is the New Jersey Devilman Half and -Sprint The University of Maryland started its spring soccer season last April 9, and defeated Georgetown, a NCAA qualifier last year, 2-1. Locll striker Lydia Hastings, who began as a fresh- man in January, scored the fgst goal for the Terps. Described on the Maryland website, "Hastings' first touch managed to cut off the Georgetown defender, and she calmly struck the ball into [he back of the net just two minutes into the game." showing at the first race in the Triathlons on Map 4. Go on now,'git! , . Dan Cook photos Cape's Alee Perry takes a shot on goal in the 9-5 victory over The Salisbury (Md.) School on Thursday, April 10. The Back Porch Card will open on May 2nd for our 34th gear as part of Rehoboth's vibrant fine dining scene. Lunch & Dinner weekends in May 59 Rehoboth Avenue 227-362"4 www.backporchcafe.com